So few months back I replaced my rear (Dana60) seals and bearings. While driving for less than 50 miles I'd say, I heard a noise and saw smoke and smelled it. At first I thought it was my shoes and had truck towed because it was sounding pretty rough. Last weekend was able to look into it and saw fluid leaking again like last time. So knew my seal somehow went bad again. After removing axle, I removed seal and saw my bearing.... in pieces! I had warranty but had to take my bearing to them in a baggie. You couldn't even tell it was once a bearing. What would cause a bearing to explode like that. The one I replaced on other side is fine. And am I replacing the seal and bearing correctly? I remove axle shaft and everything should come off except the race,...right? Then use bearing press to remove bearing off axle shaft then use press to replace new bearing. Is this correct? Then just slide axle shaft back in? I'm also assuming should maybe lube up the bearing with axle grease before sliding it in. All videos I find, removing axle shaft is different than mine. Bearing and seal are still in axle and not on shaft when removing.